Ampyx


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Am´pyx


n.1.(Greek Antiq.) A woman's headband (sometimes of metal), for binding the front hair.
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Ampyx Power, a developer of airborne wind energy technology, has selected the VectorCAST test automation platform to support DO-178C Level A software testing requirements, the company said.
Ampyx Power is developing a new wind energy technology that is due to disrupt the electricity market.
B.L: I had a different company, Ampyx Power [a wind energy company], before Mars One and sold part of my shares in that company to start Mars One.
popovkiensis Balashova appears first, followed by Ampyx simonkovensis Balashova, which much resembles Lonchodomas Angelin.
and Nileus armadillo in the west, and the latter together with Asaphus raniceps, Ampyx nasutus and Illaenus incisus in the east (Modlinski 1973; Modlinski & Szymanski 1997, 2001).
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Occurrences are also known from limestones of the Killerod Formation in Scania, southern Sweden (Mansson 1995), and in the Vollen Formation (formerly Ampyx Limestone) in Norway (Nikolaisen 1963).